Reishi Mushroom Powder (limited supply)

Reishi Mushroom Powder (limited supply)

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Origin: China Technical Name: Ganoderma lucidum 

Also known as the Red Reishi Mushroom

  • Chinese Medicine known for:

  • anti-tumor

  • antiviral

  • immune modulating ~ Cancer Fighting through the balancing of the body

This powerful medicinal fungus grows on the sides of birch trees and is used in China, Russia, and Korea for a multitude of health benefits

In the United States it is illegal to recognize or promote Reishi Mushroom as an alternative treatment for cancer. And because Zen's Tea House does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and our educational services are not a substitute for professional medical advice we always advise customers to first seek the advice of their doctor before making any changes to diet, health routine, or treatment; this includes Reishi Mushroom.

Watch the YouTube video on the health benefits of Reishi Mushroom:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYLTaYWs2tg

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Interesting facts:

  • Ganoderma lucidum (G. lu- cidum) is one such substance that has been widely studied in tra- ditional Chinese medicine (TCM) (Boh 2007).

  • G. lucidum is the only known source of a particular group of triterpenes, also known as ganoderic acids, which have been found to have direct cancer cell cytotoxicity on a wide variety of cancer cell lines, such as murine Lewis lung carcinoma (LLC) and Meth-A, and many of them have been suggested to counter angiogenesis and metastasis (Min 2000).

  • medicinal mushrooms, have been proven to express promising anti-tumor, immune modulating, antiviral, and antiparasitic effects[2]

DISCLAIMER:

Zen's Tea House does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Zen's Tea House and its services are not a substitute for professional medical advice and treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor before making any changes to your diet, health routine, or treatment. Have a healthy day!

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Interesting Article by the Journal of Ethnopharmacology

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